Whatever one's estimate of Mrs. Eddy, it will be admitted...

Joplin (Mo.) Globe

Whatever one's estimate of Mrs. Eddy, it will be admitted that she has a right to dispose of the money she herself has earned in whatever way may please her. The desire to associate her name with a great charitable institution is a specially laudable ambition. Indeed, it is difficult to imagine just how Mrs. Eddy could invest a million dollars with greater credit to herself and for greater security to her position in history than she now purposes. Mrs. Eddy and her doctrine have been criticised for an indifference to charity, as the term is used, or for an absence of conventional charitable effort. A confessedly limited observation forces the conclusion that the criticism as applied to Christian Science is unjust.

January 18, 1908
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